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Wendy's employees forced into cooler during robbery

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(KATV) Little Rock - After demanding everyone's cell phones, two Wendy's employees and two customers were walked into the store's cooler at gunpoint Friday night. The manager was directed to open the safe and registers.

Witnesses say the suspects are men between the ages of 18-25, about 6'0" tall and 150lbs.

The suspect wearing all red with silver jeans, red Reebok shoes, a black ski mask with a red line has a thin mustache. He was reportedly carrying a black semi-automatic handgun. The second suspect was observed holding a silver gun. He wore a black sweatshirt with Hello Kitty in stones on the back.

Police tell Channel Seven that after the robbery, a witness followed the suspect down I-430. The witness lost sight of them on I-630 but told police they were in a blue 1980's Chevrolet Impala.

If you have any information that can help investigators with this case, call Little Rock Police.

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